On the probability of a "God".
On the agnosticism thing: when philologos tries to show the distinction between atheism and agnosticism he's missing what it actually means to be agnostic. The definition of God in Christianity is so far from fitting with reality that to consider agnosticism a midway point between atheism and theism is nonsense. I'm an agnostic about what I don't know. Evaluating the Christian God using logic and reason, it fails, especially in light of things like free will, incompatible properties and especially things like the physical nature of person hood and our interaction with the physical world or should I say the inescapable position of the human pattern within physical nature.
I have distinguished de-facto agnosticism from agnostic atheism and agnostic theism because the very fact that you are an agnostic atheist or an agnostic theist means that you regard one as being more likely than the other.